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post #301 of 3550
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The 69xx series is sucking wind. In xfire they don't even keep up with the 58xx crossfire. What makes you think trifire will be any better? The only decent 69xx score is a rig running an i7-990 whatever that is.

tesellation on 6000 is twice better. and they scale better too.
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This benchmark is Intel biased, just like the others.
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post #303 of 3550
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This benchmark is Intel biased, just like the others.
LOL.

Amazing.
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post #304 of 3550
LMAO, yeah it couldn't be because intel is better or anything, it must be biased. I guess every single bench and app is biased as well then too
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LOL.

Amazing.
Thank for contributing.

When a cpu is proven to compute more operations per second and a benchmark is compiled with a certain architecture in mind, it will obviously run better on that architecture. For example... Playstation 2. You can run an emulator for it on PC now but to get even decent performance you'd need a pretty high end system whereas the processor in the console was pretty slow by todays standards. It's just the way things work.
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When a cpu is proven to compute more operations per second .
Ummm....what? Since when is Thuban EVER been better than any I7 clock for clock? Never.

I guess every single bench here is intel biased as well...

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/185?vs=100

Edit- and lets not forget the intel hex core VS AMD hex core battle, which is a severe joke-

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/146?vs=157
Edited by 87dtna - 12/16/10 at 10:05am
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Ummm....what? Since when is Thuban EVER been better than any I7 clock for clock? Never.

I guess every single bench here is intel biased as well...

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/185?vs=100

Edit- and lets not forget the intel hex core VS AMD hex core battle, which is a severe joke-

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/146?vs=157
Um... you are not understanding what I meant. AMD and Intel have severely different strategies when it comes to putting out a CPU. Per price point, AMD cpus are competitive. This is fact. Just because Intel has the fastest cpu overall, does not mean they have the fastest per price point. The fact is, in a lot of tests, the X6 is more in line with a 920 per se at stock clocks. What I am saying is that me having an X6 should not cause a 3000 point difference over someone with the same GPU with an Intel cpu... that does not make sense for a GAMING benchmark when in the realworld, framrate difference is negligible. That means this benchmark misleads people into thinking they will get a 30% increase in performance by buying an i7 920 for gaming over an X6 which is not the case. I am no fanboy, I buy whatever the best Performance per dollar is, as I have had i7s, check my sig dude. Trust me, I know. There isn't much for actual gaming, so there is definitely something else happening in this bench that seems to favor Intel since the bench is synthetic.
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Um... you are not understanding what I meant. AMD and Intel have severely different strategies when it comes to putting out a CPU. Per price point, AMD cpus are competitive. This is fact. Just because Intel has the fastest cpu overall, does not mean they have the fastest per price point. The fact is, in a lot of tests, the X6 is more in line with a 920 per se at stock clocks. What I am saying is that me having an X6 should not cause a 3000 point difference over someone with the same GPU with an Intel cpu... that does not make sense for a GAMING benchmark when in the realworld, framrate difference is negligible. That means this benchmark misleads people into thinking they will get a 30% increase in performance by buying an i7 920 for gaming over an X6 which is not the case. I am no fanboy, I buy whatever the best Performance per dollar is, as I have had i7s, check my sig dude. Trust me, I know. There isn't much for actual gaming, so there is definitely something else happening in this bench that seems to favor Intel since the bench is synthetic.
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Um... you are not understanding what I meant. AMD and Intel have severely different strategies when it comes to putting out a CPU. Per price point, AMD cpus are competitive. This is fact. Just because Intel has the fastest cpu overall, does not mean they have the fastest per price point. The fact is, in a lot of tests, the X6 is more in line with a 920 per se at stock clocks. What I am saying is that me having an X6 should not cause a 3000 point difference over someone with the same GPU with an Intel cpu... that does not make sense for a GAMING benchmark when in the realworld, framrate difference is negligible. That means this benchmark misleads people into thinking they will get a 30% increase in performance by buying an i7 920 for gaming over an X6 which is not the case. I am no fanboy, I buy whatever the best Performance per dollar is, as I have had i7s, check my sig dude. Trust me, I know. There isn't much for actual gaming, so there is definitely something else happening in this bench that seems to favor Intel since the bench is synthetic.
Must be that intel is more expensive because they pay off all the companies that make benchmarks & applications, etc. to optimize for intel, right?
Can't be possible that people could pay more to get something a little bit faster, computer hardware just doesn't work that way...
    
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Um... you are not understanding what I meant. AMD and Intel have severely different strategies when it comes to putting out a CPU. Per price point, AMD cpus are competitive. This is fact. Just because Intel has the fastest cpu overall, does not mean they have the fastest per price point. The fact is, in a lot of tests, the X6 is more in line with a 920 per se at stock clocks. What I am saying is that me having an X6 should not cause a 3000 point difference over someone with the same GPU with an Intel cpu... that does not make sense for a GAMING benchmark when in the realworld, framrate difference is negligible. That means this benchmark misleads people into thinking they will get a 30% increase in performance by buying an i7 920 for gaming over an X6 which is not the case. I am no fanboy, I buy whatever the best Performance per dollar is, as I have had i7s, check my sig dude. Trust me, I know. There isn't much for actual gaming, so there is definitely something else happening in this bench that seems to favor Intel since the bench is synthetic.
Are you done now? Look at the benchmark... it is P settings which runs at 720P resolution. At that resolution it is extremely CPU limited. Not to mention you are running multiple GPUs and i7s can easily feed more data into it. It isn't the fact that the benchmark is biased, it is the settings and how Futuremark compiles the final score (CPU score + GPU score). If you run this benchmark at 1920x1080 with very high levels of anti-aliasing, then the score will be a lot closer. Also, try comparing your GPU score, not total score since total score takes into account the CPU score.

This benchmark isn't biased, where do AMD drones pull that garbage out from every time? Your X6 is slower than i7 and it will always be, don't go try making up conspiracy theories to justify that performance gap.

Edit: Let me make you feel better about your purchase. Try disabling CF on your GPU and running the benchmark at a higher resolution (Extreme settings) with high CPU clock speeds. Then compare it with a Intel setup. See what happens?
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